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In her first televised interview ever, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s sister-in-law, Sandra Ford Mendler, talks to NBC News’ Kristen Welker about Ford’s allegations of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Mendler says there is “no doubt” her sister-in-law is telling the truth and that she is “proud” of Ford’s courtage facing the situation, which she described as “private and difficult.”
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo joins Andrea Mitchell to discuss North Korea, Iran, Yemen, and Kavanaugh allegations.
In an interview with “St. Louis On The Air,” James Comey says he thinks the Mueller Probe has been incredibly productive and they could possibly be in “the 4th quarter.”
Former Senator Carol Moseley Braun, who was inspired to run for Senate by the Hill-Thomas hearings, talks about what has and hasn't changed since then.